Knight Frank commercial estate agents in Edinburgh are leading the way in providing commercial property services throughout Scotland, with associate offices in Aberdeen and Glasgow.
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Knight Frank are one of Edinburgh’s most experienced commercial property advisors. In fact we have been in Edinburgh for over 100 years. Working alongside landlords, developers and commercial property occupiers, we have built a strong reputation in the market place for providing considered and professional strategic advice to our clients.
Our core commercial property services in Edinburgh range from transactional advice for both landlords and occupiers to consultancy advice including lease advisory, management and valuations, through to building surveying and rent reviews across all core commercial asset classes.
Our client base ranges from private investors through property companies and large multi-nationals and pension funds. Across the board, we are proud of our high level of client loyalty due to our commitment to providing honest and bespoke commercial property advice which our clients can rely on. We are able to generate significant amounts of repeat business due to the fact that our clients trust us and know they can rely on the advice that we provide.
As part of the largest and indeed, oldest independent global real estate advisor, we have access to a significant client base and knowledge pool and work closely with our colleagues both throughout the UK and overseas to ensure a combination of expert local knowledge with genuine global exposure.
If you are looking to purchase, let or sell your commercial property in Edinburgh, please give one of our team members a call and they will be able to assist you with any queries or questions you may have.
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